Don't get me wrong, as a strong supporter of the 2nd Ammendment-I believe in every American's right to own a musket. https://t.co/AyEdrwad5N
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) March 20, 2016
Mark Hamill, who you may know from playing Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, decided to weigh in on the Second Amendment. Of course, he is parroting the tired leftist argument that the Constitution only applied to 18th Century weaponry.
— Michael O'Brien (@obrie007) March 20, 2016
The amendment states the right to “bear arms” shall not be infringed, not the right to bear a musket.
Criminals do NOT follow laws. More laws will do nothing but take guns away from law abiding that will defend you https://t.co/dwruoxQu0j
— Fred (@M2kriveraMiguel) March 20, 2016
Hey you guys. Does anyone have the Venn diagram for "actors" and "constitutional scholars" handy? https://t.co/z17yOaBYaR
— Eric W. Burns (@ericwburns) March 20, 2016
It amazes me people believe this is a legitimate argument. And because they're a celebrity it holds more weight. https://t.co/6uJlmFsJeb
— Doug White (@SoDakDoogie) March 20, 2016
The urge was too great for some to resist asking him the obvious question:
@HamillHimself What about a lightsaber?
— jr (@itsJakeRaw) March 20, 2016
But again, Hollywood shows it hasn’t got a clue when it comes to the Constitution.